This is a brilliant idea. To make your own biodegradable mini-planter (that's right, no transplanting!), you will need scissors and a toilet paper or paper towel roll.
If you're starting plants from seeds this year, don't waste your hard-earned cash on tiny planters from the garden center. Save a few bucks - and get a little more use out of your throw-aways - by making your own seed-starters from recycled materials!
The cover of this journal is made from recycled newspaper sewn to create a sophisticated and stylish cover.The pages are handmade paper which is made from jute pulp.Environmentally friendly, fairtrade and handmade
Today’s post is something else cool that my mother did (she’s constantly doing fabulous crafty things — like every day — and because I’m home for the next couple of weeks, I am privy to all of her goings-on… And sometimes if I’m lucky, she’ll let...
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"Growing your own herbs is a great way to save money and avoid buying too much at a time and letting most of it go to waste. If it’s still too cold to plant outside where you are (or if you’re short on space!) this hanging herb garden is the perfect project to get you in gear for spring."
The gorgeous coloured beads in this Fair Trade necklace are made by women in Uganda who roll glossy paper from old magazines to make each bead, varnish the beads, and then turn them into beautiful jewellery.
Made by the women of the Kind Mothers Project, an association which was initiated by eight Ugandan mothers who felt touched by the plight of children living under difficult conditions in their country. They realized many children were in dire need of help and they wanted to make a contribution towards improving the situation of these unfortunate and vulnerable children, and help to improve their lives. The money raised from the sale of this hand crafted jewellery helps provide education and better future for these children